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How Can I Lower Creatinine 2.4 to Normal Range with IgA Nephropathy

How Can I Lower Creatinine 2.4 to Normal Range with IgA Nephropathy “I have IgA Nephropathy. Now my creatinine level is 2.4. I want to lower it to normal range.” When facing problems about creatinine, we can not help asking such a question. To lower creatinine levels, there are many ways. But to lower it to normal range, you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function.

It is not difficult to find that even if we receive treatment, it can not stop creatinine levels from rising. Do you know why? Current treatment for IgA Nephropathy is mainly to alleviated your body malaise, for example, hypertensives are often used to lower blood pressure and steroids and immunosuppressants are often used to stop protein leakage. They can not solve kidney problems from the root.

How does IgA Nephropathy cause creatinine 2.4?

Due to some unknown causes, IgA immune complexes lodge in the kidneys, leading to local inflammation. Without timely and effective treatment, it will hamper your kidneys’ ability to cleanse waste products from the blood, secrete hormones and balance electrolytes and pH levels. Our kidneys have a lot of excess capacity built into them. When your kidneys are slightly damaged, creatinine level can still be kept into 0.5-1.2. Only when your kidney function is less than 50%, creatinine level increases quickly.

To lower creatinine 2.4 to normal range, you should promote kidney function to more than 50%.

To promote kidney function, we should not only block kidney inflammation. We should also cleanse those cycling immune complexes in the blood and decompose those deposited immune complexes. Moreover, we should increase kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes and reinforce innate immune system as well as improve blood circulation. Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine, which can help you achieve a good therapeutic effect by immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection.

How can I lower creatinine 2.4 to normal range with IgA Nephropathy? Now your kidneys are not severely damaged. It is possible for you to normalize it. For more information about our treatment, please contact us at igacure@gmail.com.

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